SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Case Study

Feb 3rd, 2012
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What should Hill Construction do to ensure that the construction of the first class stadium of Southwestern University will not exceed 270 days?

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?SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY (A)I. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM:What should Hill Construction do to ensure that the construction of the first class stadium of Southwestern University will not exceed 270 days? II. OBJECTIVES:General: To come up with a plan of action that will guarantee the completion of the stadium on or before the start of 2010 opening game Specific:To come up with an alternative course of action that will not just meet the required period, but will also take into consideration the total costs of the construction and will also satisfy the preference of Hill Construction regarding the minimum probability completion. III. POINT OF VIEW:The case was analyzed from the point of view of Bob Hill of Hill Construction. IV. AREAS OF CONSIDERATION:In analyzing the case, the following factors and concepts have been identified by the researchers to be significant: Completion t

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